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  1. Second-half surge carries YSU womenRead the original story

    Yesterday | Tribune-Chronicle

    Youngstown State's Kelsea Newman made two straight 3-pointers before halftime to give the Penguins a three-point cushion before the half. From there, the YSU women's basketball team exuded the confidence needed to roll past the host Golden Flashes in the second half on the way to a 68-49 victory Tuesday night at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center.

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  2. Penguins understand taskRead the original story

    Yesterday | Tribune-Chronicle

    The list goes on for the three-time defending national champions, but as Youngstown State wide receiver Christian Bryan watched film of the Penguins' upcoming opponent, he noticed one trend that sticks out every play. "The effort they play with, how hard they work - that's what really jumps out about them and what I really think separates them from the rest," he said.

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  3. Chippewas Defeat Youngstown State 75-63 to Remain UndefeatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hustle Belt

    Chippewa fans weren't sure what to expect from Keno Davis and his young squad, but the fans in McGuirk Arena on Tuesday night were treated to an all-around solid performance. This was the game that Chippewa fans were hoping to see when this young season started.

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  4. Wednesday's area college basketball previews, Nov. 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Erie Times News

    The PSAC West basketball season, which usually would open no earlier than mid-December, begins today, with the Gannon men and women at home and the Mercyhurst and Edinboro teams on the road. The Slippery Rock men , who edged out Gannon in 2012-13 to play in the NCAA Division II tournament only to have the Knights return the favor in 2013-14, renew their intense rivalry at 7:30 p.m. at the Hammermill Center in the second game of a doubleheader.

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  5. Central Michigan 75, Youngstown State 63: Men's basketball moves to 2-0 on seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Central Michigan Life

    Head Coach Keno Davis said Tuesday's game was the kind of game the Central Michigan University men's basketball team often lost last year. The Chippewas made just six of the 26 3-point attempts they tried in a 75-63 win over Youngstown State at McGuirk Arena.

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  6. YSU men trying to find their wayRead the original story

    Monday | Tribune-Chronicle

    The seasoned coach, heading into his 10th season at YSU, has six newcomers on the roster. Actually there is nine total, but three have to sit out this year due to NCAA transfer rules.

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  7. YSU freshman picking things up fastRead the original story

    Monday | Tribune-Chronicle

    Nikki Arbanas was like the other six freshman in Youngstown State's women's basketball program - coming into the summer practices and trying to pick up the system as fast as she could. Arbanas, a 5-foot-7 guard, amassed 25 points in her college opener - shooting 88.9 percent from the floor.

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  8. YSU surges ahead, gets past OberlinRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The Youngstown State men's basketball team closed out Oberlin with a solid final 10 minutes as the Penguins picked up their first win of the season, 71-53, on Sunday afternoon at the Beeghly Center. The Penguins held a 48-44 advantage with 9:42 left before using a 17-2 surge to push their advantage out to 65-46 with just under five minutes left in the contest.

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  9. More Read the original story

    Sunday Nov 16 | WTOL-TV Toledo

    Bobby Hain scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds Sunday to lead Youngstown State to a 71-53 victory over Division III Oberlin College. Oberlin pulled within one point three times in the second half, the last when Nathan Cohen hit a 3-pointer to make it 42-41 with 12:18 remaining.

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  10. YSU women roll Niagara in openerRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    If the Youngstown State women's basketball team was supposed to be one of the youngest teams in the country - with true freshman comprising half of its roster - it didn't show in Saturday's 83-61 victory over Niagara in the team's opener. The Penguins shot 51 percent from the floor and made nine 3-pointers - led by freshman Nikki Arbanas from Hickory High School in Hermitage, Pa.

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  11. Shooting woes lead to defeat in openerRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Youngstown State University men's basketball coach Jerry Slocum came into Saturday's post-game conference with an even-tempered demeanor. He then pointed out his team's shortcoming, which led to Saturday's 69-61 loss to the Golden Flashes in the opener for both teams.

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  12. Wolford's job may be on the line this weekRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    THE question was asked - multiple times, actually - after Youngstown State's 27-24 overtime loss to Indiana State on Saturday. Is Eric Wolford coaching for his job this week? Well, technically, no one asked him, but everyone was thinking it.

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  13. Deja vu all over againRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | Tribune-Chronicle

    There's been quite a few tough losses for Youngstown State over the last few seasons, but none stung as much as this one. "This is definitely the most painful loss I've ever been a part of since I've been here," said senior captain Donald D'Alesio, who's been around for more than his fair share of difficult defeats during his five-year career.

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  14. Geanangel will play softball for PenguinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Weirton Daily Times

    "Yes, the decision was tough," she admitted. "Softball has always been my favorite sport but I really enjoyed playing basketball and volleyball in junior high.

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  15. Berryman will play basketball for PenguinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Weirton Daily Times

    Indian Creek senior Bre Berryman, flanked by her parents Fred and Patty and niece Makiah, will continue her academic and athletic careers at Youngstown State University, where she will be a member of the women's basketball program and is undecided on a major.

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  16. Kent State holds on to defeat Youngstown State in season opener, 69-61Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Cleveland.com

    Kent State survived early foul trouble against Youngstown State to pull out a 69-61 men's basketball victory Saturday night in the opening game of the season for both teams. Whistles early limited Kent's inside scoring presence in the opening half and forced the Flashes to rely on their perimeter scoring.

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  17. Scouting ReportRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | Tribune-Chronicle

    It's becoming a regular habit for the Youngstown State University football team to be fighting for its playoff life with a few games to go in the season. The Penguins held a seven-point lead last week on the road at Illinois State, but fell apart in the second half and lost, 35-21.

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  18. Cole looks to opener vs. KentRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Youngstown State senior guard D.J. Cole might be looking forward to Saturday's home opener against Kent State more than anyone else on either team. Cole rolled his ankle on an ally-oop pass to graduated teammate Kendrick Perry - leaving him to sit the bench for the final 15 minutes of last season's four-point loss in Kent.

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  19. Horizon League at a glanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Outlook: The Phoenix returns four of five starters from last year's regular-season Horizon League championship team, led by dynamic point guard Keifer Sykes. Outlook: The Vikings, who finished second to Green Bay in the regular-season standings, return a lineup boasting a league-high 118 starts.

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  20. Scouting ReportRead the original story

    Friday Nov 7 | Tribune-Chronicle

    The No. 10-ranked Penguins can unofficially clinch a playoff berth with a win today at No.

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